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By Donald Lambro
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And now we know: Ron Paul will launch the feisty Ron Paul Channel on Monday with all original programming either live or on demand, available by subscription for $9.95 a month from the one-time Libertarian presidential hopeful. He says 200,000 potential subscribers expressed interest within hours of the project going public.
Talk about military bearing: The U.S. Army is asking male noncommissioned officers (NCOs) to go through a three-day Pregnancy Postpartum Physical Training Exercise Leaders Course.
Despite all the Grand Old Party's political theater, the state of the nation does not appear lost on Americans. President Obama has work to do.
Don't think for a moment that former President Bill Clinton has lost his Hollywood touch. Tickets costing up to $1 million each go on sale Thursday for "A Decade of Difference," a glittering concert in the Hollywood Bowl to celebrate Mr. Clinton, his foundation and his 65th birthday.
President Obama's newest job approval ratings: 32 percent.
Pundit, newsman, comedian, nervous female? Jon Stewart's media identity is at stake following his appearance on "Fox News Sunday."
Americans consider their politicians to be behavioral role models.
The public's taste for stricter gun-control laws is fading.
HE SAID WHAT?
"Confidence in Congress stays at lowest point in almost fifty years," reports a new Harris Poll revealing that only 6 percent of Americans have a great deal of confidence in their lawmakers.
But they appear to hate the entire body of lawmakers more than individual representatives, says a new Harris Poll.